I spend about 90% of my holidays wearing a bikini. I’m not sure that’s even much of an exaggeration! I have the odd floppy t-shirt or cheapo dress that I sling on to wander off for lunch, or a cool, loose dress to wear at dinner, but most of the time, if I’m somewhere hot, I’m in a bikini.
That’s a bit of a spoiler really, because it sums up exactly what’s in my suitcase in the following video: bikinis and loose-fitting cotton clothing! But you may like a little nosey into my holiday wardrobe, and there are some holiday snapshots thrown into the vid for good measure. Those of you who were interested to know how the DVF bikini shaped up, you’ll see that too, in full glorious technicolor.
Right. Sitting comfortably? Then we’ll begin:
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This is a quick fashion video to show you the outfits that I took on holiday with me to Greece this year. Holiday packing is always a bit of a nightmare – you either overpack or don’t take enough! I usually spend 90% of my time in a bikini, so it’s all about outfits that can be thrown together casually.
In the heat you want clothes that are quite loose-fitting and comfy – there’s nothing worse than being sweaty in tight clothing, so when you holiday pack make sure that you include lots of light, loose clothing. It’s good also to look for cotton, linen and silk as the natural fibres help to keep you cooler rather than things like polyester..
Holiday Essentials: a hat and sunglasses. If you want to keep your face looking young, then keep it in the shade! There’s nothing wrong with a bit of sun, but you don’t want to be sitting out and frying in it! You can easily bronze your face with makeup, so there’s no need to “tan” it.
Most of the items shown can’t be bought now, but you can find Violet Lake bikinis (like the orange one) here: http://goo.gl/9lEJm
Chanel Nail Polish in Holiday: http://tidd.ly/aeb2109a
The Diane von Furstenberg bikini was from Net-a-Porter (see link above) but it was in the sale, so probably gone. Splendid dress was also N-a-P sale!
Cat vest from H&M was bought a few weeks ago in the Covent Garden London branch, but the rest of the clothes are older. I don’t take much designer stuff away with me because I like to just throw things on and wear them to the beach and so on!